DATE: Thursday, 20 May TIME: 3:30 PM LOCATION: Online COST: Free
Join the virtual Healthcare Roundtable hosted by Forescout at 3:30 pm, 20 May, to discuss with your peers the cyber security challenges healthcare organisations are facing in the UK.
Today’s Healthcare organisations are incredibly complex - with a broad range of IT, IoT and specific Medical Devices becoming increasingly interconnected. The growing number and diversity of these devices has introduced new cybersecurity risks and led to an increase in the number and sophistication of cyberattacks specifically targeting healthcare sector.
‘Using the Forescout Device Cloud to analyse the security of a wide range of healthcare organisations, we have identified major risks associated with the use of legacy systems and insufficient segmentation.’ - Forescout Research Labs
Join this interactive Healthcare Roundtable event to discuss with your peers the specific security challenges facing healthcare organisations and the possible solutions from Forescout.
They will cover:
- The findings of the 2020 Healthcare Research Report
- Best Practice Use Cases for Healthcare
- The Forescout Solution for Healthcare
- Healthcare Panel discussion
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